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Gay College Student Gets Stabbed During A Murder Spree

The killer says he stabbed a gay college student during a murder spree. Samuel Woodward testified Wednesday that he said he felt "A sense of anger unlike anything I've ever felt in my life." When he stabbed former classmate Blaze Bernstein repeatedly on a Lake Forest street before burying Bernstein by himself  with his bare hands." In a dramatic conclusion to his fou rth day of testimony in a Santa Ana courtroom, Woodward described killing Bernstein violently after she said Bernstein touched her buttocks. He testified against himself that he was concerned that Bernstein had taken and texted obscene pictures of himself to others, which prompted him to first take Bernstein's phone and then attack him. He said he kept stabbing and stabbing he couldn't put the knife down.

Sleeping On Public Property Can Be A Crime

 If you're homeless, sleeping on public property can be a crime, the Supreme Court says. Advocates for the homeless warn that the U.S. decision is a threat to homelessness. The Supreme Court ruled in a landmark case that banning camping would only exacerbate the homelessness problem and force more people into jail, debt and a life cycle of living on the streets. On Saturday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Grants Pass, Oregon, a small town with a beyond high homeless population. The justices ruled in favor that the city could still ban sleeping in public, which would prohibit homeless people from living on public streets, according to pro-grants Pass advocates who spoke to the public through news media. People who violate the ban will face fines and possibly imprisonment for many years to come. 

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